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Daily Crime and Fire Log

*Please note that there is a written Crime/Fire Log in the DPS Office for viewing 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Reported incidents stay on the crime log for 60 days.
Date: 03-16-15
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Attempt to Commit Theft < $500.00 from auto
Description
of Incident:
Unknown individuals entered the victims car that was parked behind the Shearer Art Building and rummaged through the vehicle. Something must have scared the unknown person(s) and nothing was taken. Refer to case report 15C-022 investigated by Lt. VanHaitsma.
Location: Shearer Art Building parking lot
Disposition: Closed-prosecution declined
 
Date: 03-14-15
Time: 1316 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Burglary 2nd Degree (2 Counts)
Description
of Incident:
On two different occasions the victim reported that their apartment had been burglarized. The first burglary occurred on 03-13-15 and the second burglary occurred on 03-14-15. On the first burglary the victim advised that numerous clothes and miscellaneous item were taken from their apartment. Refer to case #15C-020 investigated by Officer Chapman. On the second burglary on 03-14-15 the victim was home and awoke to find two juveniles inside his apartment. The juveniles then fled without anything being taken on this date. DPS responded and detained the juveniles involved. Charges of Burglary 2nd Degree were placed on one juvenile at that time. Further charges pending are pending on all of the juveniles involved. Refer to case number 15C-021 investigated by Lt. VanHaitsma. All of the juveniles involved will be charged with two counts of Burglary 2nd Degree.
Location: 4th St. Apartments
Disposition: Closed-referred to Juvenile District Court
 
Date: 03-06-15
Time: 1315 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Summons Served-Theft by Deception < $500.00
Description
of Incident:
Subject was a passenger in a vehicle waiting on campus for some friends to come back and ride with them. Upon receiving a complaint of a suspicious vehicle DPS learned that the passenger in the vehicle had a criminal summons out of Pulaski County Kentucky for Theft by Deception < $500.00. The criminal summons was served and the subjects were removed from campus. Refer to case report #15C-019 investigated by Chief Muravchick and Captain Gowdy.
Location: Poole Hall parking lot
Disposition: Closed-summons served
 
Date: 3-05-15
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500
Description
of Incident:
Unknown person(s) cut and removed the catalytic converter from underneath the victim's vehicle. Value of the converter is $229.74. Refer to case 15C-018 investigated by Captain Gowdy.
Location: 421 W. Fourth St. parking lot
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 03-03-15
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500-Bicycle
Description
of Incident:
Unknown person(s) took and removed a GMC Denali 700 C men's bike from the bike rack behind the Forrer Hall building. Value of the bike is approximately $125.00. Refer to case # 15C-017 investigated by Officer J. Lanasa.
Location: Bike rack behind Forerr Hall.
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 02-21-15
Time: 2000 hrs.-2250 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Burglary 2nd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Unknown subject(s) entered a dorm room and ransacked it and took and removed a prescription bottle of medicine from the room. Refer to case # 15C-014 investigated by Lt. VanHaitsma.
Location: Clay Hall
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 02-09-15
Time: 0308 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree
Description
of Incident:
An intoxicated male subject was seen running from behind the library and upon investigation was had no reason to be on campus the subject was charged with Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree. Refer to case #15C-012 and citation# C186561 investigated by Officer Chapman.
Location: Library/Glenn Building
Disposition: Arrested/Lodged in the Fayette County Jail
 
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